Masterton – Friday 4 September 2020 So you collect all of the information, now what? This workshop is for those that have learned about the engagement and assessment tool known as Heeadsss, and now want to acquire some...Read More
Author: Trudy Sears
The workshop date in Masterton is Tuesday 29th September from 9 am-4.30 pm. Please follow the link to register: https://blueprint.arlo.co/registersgid=0c952a049b6049c3ace77459c2d64a17 Blueprint for Learning has funding through...Read More
Do you want to do something to support your community and Police to reduce local crime? Safer communities are only achievable if a majority of people take an active role in preventing crime happening to themselves, their...Read More
WAIRARAPA WORLDS a celebration of song, poetry, and kōrero in 20 languages TE REO / AFRIKAANS / ARABIC / CHINESE / CZECH / DANISH / DUTCH / ENGLISH / GERMAN / GREEK / HINDI / IRISH / JAPANESE / KIRIBATI / LATVIAN / POLISH /...Read More
Sunday 6 September at 3pm. at Carterton Community Courthouse, Holloway Street (beside Carterton Events Centre) Marilyn invites you to join in on the conversation on Gaza. Marilyn Garson is an experienced aid professional who...Read More
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We have really loved seeing all the updates this week from our local kura who are have been sharing their Te Wiki o te Reo Māori moments.
At REAP Wairarapa we were lucky to celebrate some amazing moments with the Nga Tama Toa and Poi Porotiti roopu’s both led by fantastic local kaiako Pania Smith, Troy Douglas and Carleigh Cocks.
With thanks to Noise Productions Ltd and Carterton District Council we were able to start our journey towards this year’s virtual Wairarapa Schools Kapa Haka Festival with the filming of South End School’s teina and tuakana roopu, led by the awesome kaiako Palais Douglas.
None of this could happen without our supportive teachers and amazing taiohi. Ka mau te wehi! Kia kaha te reo Māori ...